HEHE STOOLS ARCHIVES, Tanzania


The stools below have been sold and are left here for reference and educational purposes.

For UNSOLD Hehe stools please GO TO HEHE STOOLS PAGE

HEHE
Stool 2
50" high
SOLD


 HEHE
Stool 16
34" high
SOLD

 

 HEHE
Stool 20
10" high
SOLD

HEHE
Stool 18
10" high
SOLD

HEHE
Stool 19
8,5" high
SOLD

HEHE
Stool 7
SOLD

HEHE
Stool 8
SOLD

HEHE
Stool 17
SOLD

HEHE
Stool 10
SOLD

HEHE
Stool 22
SOLD



HEHE
Stool 21
SOLD


HEHE
Stool 1
SOLD
 

 

HEHE
Stool 3
SOLD

 

HEHE
Stool 4
SOLD

 

HEHE
Stool 12
SOLD

HEHE
Stool 13
SOLD

HEHE
Stool 9
SOLD

HEHE
STOOL 5
SOLD

HEHE
Stool 6
SOLD
 

HEHE
Stool 15
SOLD

Photographs © Tim Hamill

HEHE, STOOLS, Tanzania

Although elegantly carved, these authentic three legged stools are considered everyday objects.

Stools like those with high backs were originally carved for chiefs and are often referred to as chief's chairs, or thrones and were used during judicial and initiation ceremonies. They share their form with the neighboring Nyamwezi, Zoromo and other peoples.

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